This year marks the 50th annual Feast of the Hunters' Moon. The actual celebration will take place this year on September 30th and October 1st at Fort Ouiatenon Park near West Lafayette, Indiana.

The mission of Tippecanoe County Historical Association members, donors and volunteers who organize this event is to enrich the lives of local residents and visitors with their preservation of history. Every fall, the Association holds the Feast of the Hunters' Moon event. Held on the banks of the Wabash River at Fort Ouiatenon, thousands of participants re-enact the mid-1700’s gathering of the French and Native Americans in the replica area of a French military and trading post.  This event allows visitors immerse themselves in history and bring the period back to life in a meaningful way.

Feast of the Hunters' Moon celebrates 50th anniversary with Sunset Hill Stoneware steins.Feast of the Hunters' Moon celebrates 50th anniversary with Sunset Hill Stoneware steins.

Last year, their Sunset Hill Stoneware mugs were sold out by Saturday night; this year they are starting the party early.  You can order your commemorative Feast Anniversary mugs in advance by emailing tippecanoebattlefield@gmail.com or purchase tickets for the event by visiting the Association’s website.

Feast of the Hunters' Moon celebrates 50th anniversary with Sunset Hill Stoneware mugs.Feast of the Hunters' Moon celebrates 50th anniversary with Sunset Hill Stoneware mugs.

Sunset Hill Stoneware is pleased to be a part of their American-made story.

Keeping watch.  Pat

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